Hyde County has three more confirmed COVID-19 cases, the Hyde County Health Department announced today.

Luana Gibbs, health director, said in a press release that  the individuals are in isolation at home.
These new cases bring Hyde County’s total count of laboratory confirmed cases to nine. Three of those cases have recovered, which means the county has six active cases.

Hyde has no current hospitalizations and no deaths to report.

Individuals should continue to be mindful of prevention practices. If you leave home, practice the Ws: Wear (a mask); Wait (at least six feet away from others) and Wash (your hands frequently).

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